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•inii4l >ll ijin ii II AH OLD J. BURTON ARCHIVES ASSI37A3 III DI AM A STATS LIS INDIAMAP0LI3, INDIANA ENTERED AS SECOND CLASS MATTER OCTOBER 4, 1895 AT POST OFFICE AT TIPTON, INDIANA VOLUME 69, NUMBER 29 TIPTON (INDIANA) DAILY TRIBUNE, FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 6, 1964 7 CENTS PE.R COPY — 35 CENTS PER WEEK CASE STUDIED LEBANON, Ind. (UPI) — A pre-sentence investigation ordered by Boone. Circuit Judge Charles F. Thompson was under way today in the case of Paul Richman, 49, Lebanon, who pleaded guilty to a charge of misappropriating tires from the Boone County Highway Department. Richman was arrested last February a t Crawfordsville where authorities said he was trying to sell heavy tractor tires at auction. DIES OF BURNS COLUMBUS, Ind. (UPI)— Clarence Cook, 86, a Bartholomew County farmer, died Thursday in an Indianapolis hospital from burns suffered in a trash fire at his home four miles north of Columbus fllon- day. Cook, a native of Monroe County, was an organizer of the Bartholomew County Farm Bureau. ' KILLED BY TREE ROCHESTER, Ind. (UPI)— Raymond C. Miller, 64,-R.R. 2, Rochester, was killed Wednesday when a tree fell on him as he cut it down on his farm. Miller was felling the tree with a power chain saw. Just before it cut through the 11-inch trunk, the tree split and started to fall. Miller tried to get jout' of the way but stepped in a hole and fell. Appeals Board ^ Grants, Refuses Appeals in Area The Zoning Beard of Appeals met last night to consider three appeals. A crowd of 35 to 40 persons was on hand to hear and participate in the proceedings as the board granted one request, refused one ' and continued the third for another hearing. Twelve persons spoke for Glen Taylor, who wished to erect a welding shop in southwest Sharpsville. Five neighbors of- the immediate vicinity of the proposed shop spoke against it. The request was refused. Fir- tich Cassell was granted a variance for placement of a house trailer. The board discovered a mistake in the application of George Wooldridge, however. Wooldridge had wanted a variance from a C. A. residence to a general business. It was learned at the hearing that he wished to manufacture, rather than repair, fertilizer tanks, boats and other articles. Manufacturing re quires a variance for an indus trial area. Planning Commissioner Ralph Wilburn, advised persons purchasing property in Tiptpn'Coun- ty to check the records in his 01 the County Recorder's office to iearn what the zoning status 01 such pEoperty might be. This will save many expenses and much time incurred when persons 'build first and ask ques tions later, he explained. NOW THEY KNOW WHO THEY'RE BUILDING IT FOR-Workmen .continue Building stands In front of the Capitol in Washington for the Jan. 20 inauguration. The steel structure at right is where the ceremony will take place. ' Supt. Guenther To Take Office Here Nov. 23 The" Tipton "Community School Board met Wednesday night and received work that newly elected Superintendent Vincent R. Guenther will officially assume his duties' November 23. In action taken by the board. City Cab Co. was awarded a contract to transport students to special -classes for retarded children. The system's speech and hearing therapist was voted a $15 per month mileage allowance, enabUng her t o bring her program to the outlying township schools. The Board considered but did not act on proposals on secretaries' salaries, compensation for Charles Edwards for his interim service as acting Super- FRANKFORT, Ind. (UPI)-jintendent and a plan for re- Joseph Anderson, 70, Frankfort, modeling Jefferson and Madi- was - burned fatally' Thursday,son Township schools. Lincoln night when his clothing caught ;Principal George Manlove invited the board members to a CONGRATULATED WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. (UPI) — Defeated Democrat John C. Raber has told Rep. Charles. A. Halleck that the election returns in the 2nd District last Tuesday "made it abundantly clear that this is still Charlie Halleck's district." Raber made the statement in a congratulatory telegram sent to Halleck after the veteran House minority leader defeated him by about 10,000 votes and extended his tenure in Congress to 32 years. FATALLY BURNED fire from an undetermined source as he sat in a chair in his living room. Anderson's wife found his clothing in flames and beat out the blaze with a rug, but Anderson died two hours later in Clinton County Hospital. WAS ON SPOT INDIANAPOLIS (UPI) —Gov. ernor Welsh said today Lt. Gov. Richard Ristine, his friend and political foe, was in "an impossible position" in his bid for the governorship. Newsmen asked Welsh why he thought Ristine did not. get as many votes in Tuesday's election as Sen. Barry Goldwater and he replied: "He was in. an impossible position," Welsh said. "He couldn't please the Goldwater people and he couldn't please the anti-Goldwater people." Board Meets The Tipton -Utility Service Board met last night to approve claims totaling $56,313.93. The power bill was $23,494.72 and the balance was claimed by the gross tax, bonds and transfers. The board also recommended an easement of 66 feet be granted on land purchased by the board for a new road. The proposed street runs 400 yds. west from Berryman Pike and will service an industrial development being planned in the area. The road has been named Rose Road. Bids were asked by: ..t.h e board for the removal of two buildings from) the OK. Smith •property on Fairview Ave ( >Paul Guilkey represented the. Chamber of Commerce at the meeting. Phi Delta Kappa dinner in Kokomo, November 19, and Edwards announced the in-service training. program for faculty members. Basketball Ticket Sale Next Friday Final • plans were announced -today for the sale of season basketball tickets at Tipton High School. The sale to the general public will start at 7 p.m. Friday, Nov. 13, in the high school lym. Preceding that, Monday and Tuesday, Nov. 9 and 10, stu- Ients will be able to buy their season tickets at $4.00 each with ;ale limited to two tickets per person. Thursday will be given over to the pre-season adult sale, at $10 per ticket, for members of the. high school faculty, parents of players','and; distribu"- aon of' complimentary passes to those serving the school in such capacities as School Board members, team physicians, members of the coaching staff, etc. These will be restricted lo =wo tickets each. 'First Row Reserved Due to a new ruling by the I.H.S.A.A., which actually becomes effective next season'but which is "recommended" for this year where ever possible, the front row of seats on the one side of the gym will be reserved for the players, coaches, student managers and team statisticians from both teams. This is primarily to enable the basketball officials to keep a better eye on the players and coaches in order to enforce the new rule prohibiting them from leaving their seat in a move that might incite their backers into undue excitement. All other seats in the gym, except the first four rows in the center of the one side which are reserved for press and scouts, have been reserved and ELECTION LAYOFF—There .are election bet winners, which: meanj» ? there are election bet losers, and this < loser la Dr. IgnkthisjRutkoskl of Washington/who is giving his nurse, Mildred Kochan, a wheelbarrow ride In front of the White House. Waiting their turns to collect are Mrs. Shirley: Haines (left, w^th placard) and Jerry Mager (wearing hat carrying placard and newspaper). numbered. This includes even the upstairs seats which are entered from the second floor hallway. Record Sale Due to the consolidation of the Tipton-Cicero Schools with those of Jefferson and Madison Townships, a record sale of season tickets is expected,, and although a complete sellout is not anticipated, every seat in . the gym will be up for sale Friday night, with the purchasers given priority in location, according .to a ; first come, first served basis, Mr.- David Winks, of the high school faculty, is in charge -of the sale as ticket manager. Sale of season tickets to the general public will be limited to $40.00 (four adult tickets or the equivalent in combined adult-student tickets). Persons requiring more than four tickets will have to have some else in line also, to purchase any addi tional adult tickets. •For those persons unable, through illness or a conflict in dates, to apply for tickets Friday, the sale will be extended again the following. Monday evening, also at 7 p.m. Entrance to the gym for the season ticket sale will be from the west door of the high: school, and the north door of the gym; No Exhibition Coach Richard Barr announced that . his basketball team will not be able to give-the usual pre-season scrimmage that night, due to the fact that he and a number of players will be in Clinton Central that night, scouting that team for Tipton's opening game just one week later. Instead,, the Tipton, team will hold a full scrimmage in the-Tipton gym next'Tuesday evening during the "Open House" which is being held throughout the high school for the general public. .'. Kempton Area Couple Injured In Auto Crash Two residents of Kempton route 1, Mr. and Mrs: Darrell Rayls, were; injured and hospitalized ast-the result of an accident yesterday at 3:30 p. m. two miles-east and a half mile north of .Whitestown. Trav­ elling on a gravel road in their late model truck, they crashed head-on at the top of a hill .with a car driven toy a Mrs. Huckleberry who was accompanied by her three small children. 7 All were taken to Methodist Hospital, ;Indlanapolis. Most seriously injured -. were Mrs. Rayls and a;'two-year-old daughter of' Mrs. Huckleberry. Mrs. Rayls underwent surgery for. 90 minutes on her face and for a crushed -knee cap, part of which had to be .removed. Mr. Rayls suffeted five broken right ribs and severe body cuts but is expected to be released within a few days. It is hoped to transfer Mrs. Rayls to Tipton. Hospital as so6n as her condition warrant*; Student Council, Math Students Oil Programs ! Tipton High School students will be,featured in several programs Saturday, around the state. At 12:30 p.m. on radio station WBMP-FM three officers of the student council, president Des try .Lambert, vice-president Bob Recobs and secretary Deena Jones will discuss the makeup knd responsibility of the student council. Also, on the same station, Sharon Bronsoh will represent the 4-H Club' on a discussion of dresses. - ^ ' • y —. • • - - i -. Students Dick Heron aid David; Harper^ along; with faculty member Mrs, Leah Forney, will attend -"Mathematics .Day'" Saturday at Franklin College.' Students attending the program will attend an "agenda in the morning-covering, a problem-solvine test, while the teachers are, at a program in .the new Memorial Library auditorium. Luncheon speaker will be Dr. Rodney T. Hood, talking on'how "A Mathe- matican Looks at a Doughnut." After an afternoon football game between . iFranklin and Hanover College, finalists will be announced in the problem- solving test and prizes will go to the winners of the finals. First prize is $45 plus a mathematics book, second $20 plus the book and third, is $5 plus' the math •book.. Death Announced Word has been received of the death in Phoenix, Arizona, of a former Tipton resident, Mrs. Claude McNew. She succumbed in that city after an illness of 11 weeks. She was a member of the Methodist Church in; both Tipton and Phoenix,, and her husband Claude,"' who survives, was a former 'conductor on the interurban railroad here and.also a stock-feed salesman in the area. Their children were also graduates of the Tipton school system and their son, Emerson McNew now resides : at '33i0 East Turney,. Phoenix, Arizona. The "couple marked their 50th wedding anniversary last Fall. Tipton Schools Mark National Education Week National Education Week begins November 9 and the Tipton Community Schools will celebrate with open houses and teacher meetings. Tuesday the Jefferson Elementary school will hold an open house from seven to nine p.m. and Tipton High School will conduct a "Meet Your Teacher" program beginning at 7 p.m. The Tipton Junior High' School will also hold an open house and assembly program from seven to nine p.m. Thursday. At .these meetings, parents will have an opportunity to meet the teachers and learn how and what their children are being taught. ; PUpils wiil be given added celebration Tuesday • as city schools will.be dismissed at 2 p.m.' and township schools at 2:30 p.m. in order for their teachers to attend an,in-service High School. Acting Superintendent Charles Edwards, w h o will' conduct the meeting, said that the group will be addressed by Dr. O. M. Swihart, former Superintendent of Schools in Kokomo. Both teachers land pupils will have Wednesday free, November 11th being Veterans' Day. With the emphasis on education next week it is interesting to note the enrollment of pupils in the Community School system and the number of teachers employed at each school. They are: Jefferson Elementary — 455 pupils, 16 teachers; Lincoln Elementary — 511 pupils, 20 teachers; Cnrtisville Elementary — 68 pupils, three teachers; New Lancaster Elementary — 117 pupils, four teachers; Hobbs Elementary— 80 "pupils, t h r e e teachers; Kempton Elementary — 189-pupils,, seven teachers; Tipton Junior High — 428 pupils, 21 teachers; and Tipton High School — 799 pupils, 42 teachers. Total enrollment is 2,647 with' 119 .faculty members, including three special teachers assigned to several schools. The system also . employs 25 bus drivers and .25 secretaries and custodians. The budget for 1S65 will be approximately, one officially, N.E.W. will begin Saturday, November 7, with a Fun Frolic" at the Lincoln Elementary School. The festivities will be from seven till ten p.m. Parenis are urged to support their children and teachers by taking part in the activities of the week. Richard M. Nixon Galls Rockefeller Principal Divider Rocky Blames Barry For Loss Ike Seeks To Heal Breach SPEEDERS HELD 'Police arrested two Indianapolis men for speeding on U. S. Highway 31. near the Howard County Line yesterday. Arrested were Darriet W. Bledsoe, 29, and Melvin L. Alexander, 33. Both' were traveling more than 80 miles per hour. HOPE IS PICKED HOLLYWOOD (UPI) — Bob Hope will serve as master of '•eremonies at the-37th annual Oscar show for the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences. •' Producer Joe Pasternak' an- i nounced selection - of Hope. Thursday. It marks the 11th time Hope has hosted the show. The awards: show' is scheduled April 5, 1965 , at Santa; Monica Civic Auditorium. •• 1 By H. J. HELLER United Press International NEW YORK (UPI) — The battle -for leadership of the bad'; ly . battered Republican party \ 1^^' ' was on today with the first' major - salvos in the struggle i fired by former Vice President Richard M. Nixon and Gov. Nelson A-. Rockefeller. The breach between the two men, bitter rivals for the GOP presidential nomination in 1960, was widened Thursday by a transatlantic exchange on their respective roles in the 1964 campaign. In a news conference Thursday Nixon wrote off Rockefeller as a possible, GOP leader "because he "sat out" the presidential race. He accused Rockefeller of being the "principal divider" of the GOP during the campaign and said the New York governor had got his "pound of flesh" out of Goldwater's defeat. Cr.nnot Lead "It's a rule of politics that those who do not participate in the campaign.. .cannot be leaders," Nixon said. "He can't be a leader. He must be one of the soldiers in the unification of the party.. "When you have disagreement with the party," Nixon added, "you can't be a • spoil sport or drag your feet." In Madrid, where he was vacationing with his wife, Rockefeller branded Nixon's charges as a "peevish' post-election utterance (which) has unfortunately become typical of Mr. Nixon.„ It is'neither factual nor conjj structive." Rockefeller said it was time for the GOP to rebuild itself as a vital force in American political, life. "Mr. Nixon's latest maneuver is hardly calculated to advance this effort," Rockefeller said. The governor said it was the nomination of the Goldwater- Miller ticket that divided the Republican party • "so severely that despite the efforts of Republican state organizations like New York, the nation rejected the national ticket by unprecedented pluralities." Rockefeller was bitter about the defeat of "outstanding leaders" like Robert Taft Jr. (of Ohio), Kenneth Keating (of New York) and Charles Percy (of Illinois)," in the Johnson landslide. By RAYMOND LAHR United Press International WASHINGTON (UPI) The GOP found itself in a chair- family fight today over the blame for Tuesday's election disaster and. ways to rebuild or remodel the Republican party. • Former Vice President Richard M. Nixon asked for a cooling-off period while he threw crockery at New York Gov. Nelson A. Rockefeller, And while praising Sen. Barry M. Goldwater, he said the defeated presidential nominee should try to lead the party only if the Arizona senator's views represent a consensus of Republican thinking. Rockefeller called Nixon "peevish" and said the Goldwater candidacy had divided the party and carried hundreds of Republicans down to defeat. Speaking more gently, former President Dwight D. Eisenhower said the GOP had been hurt but not wrecked. He said the GOP must rid itself of the "false image" that it was the party "for the rich and privileged." Broad Views Eisenho\ver~said the next Republican presidential candidate "must represent a broad spectrum, of .political thinking" but he suggested no names. Gov. William W .Scranton of Pennsylvania also spoke of the GOP image and said it must be changed to show that it is not an exclusive organization. He thought various groups of par- IjHeaders should meet and discuss what course the party should take. These and other comments came from Republican leaders after Goldwater's statement Wednesday that he had no intention of withdrawing from politics or pulling out of his fight for conservation. In their search for a scapegoat, GOP critics of the Goldwater campaign were asking for the retirement of Goldwater's party chairman. Dean Burch, and John Grenier, executive- director in national headquarters. One well-informed Republican source said the clamor for Burch's scalp was coming from the grass roots, from GOP state legislators and members of Congress in normally safe districts who were buried in He called on Republicans to; the Democratic landslide this return to the principles on which the GOP was founded and upon which the- "Republican party and America achieved greatness." OFFICE CLOSED The Tipton County Treasurer's Office has been closed this week for processing mail containing . fall tax installments. Tax payments became delinquent if mailed later than midnight Monday. . .. D.C. VOTESI— This was the District at long lineup scene.at'one V?ashmgton polling place as the Columbia got its first vote • since 1800. week. Names Thrown Out Many names were being advanced for the party chairmanship, including Nixon.- Gov. Henry Bellmon of Oklahoma suggested Nixon, several governors and Ray C. Bliss, Ohio, party chairman who has refused the job many times. Gov. Robert E. Smylie of Idaho nominated Gov. John Anderson of Kansas. Two other Republicans reported under discussion Were Rep. Robert Taft .Jr., who lost a cliff-hanger contest for an Ohio Senate seat, and former Rep. Walter Judd of Minnesota. •: Republican party rules provide no machinery for ousting Burch but he would be in a hopeless position if the GOP National Committee should approve a motion of "no confidence" in him at its next meeting. Sen. Hugh Scott, R-Pa., who was reelected this week in a photo finish, faced a similar move as party chairman in 1949. He won a 54 to 50 vote of confidence but resigned a few months later. ; • Weather Sunny and mild - today. Partly cloudy and not so cool tonight. Partly clou- • tiy and ^wito; Saturday, i High-to^ay and'Saturday in Hi* 60s. Low. tonight 34 to 43. •

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